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There are several venomous snake species in North America, and snake bites can be deadly. Learn how to identify & treat a snake bite with this infographic.

Rattlesnakes are venomous snakes categorized as the genus Crotalus. The name Crotalus is derived from Greek and means ‘castanet’. Les Reptiles, Reptiles And Amphibians, Mammals, Spiders And Snakes, Poisonous Snakes, Anaconda, Types Of Snake, Deadly Animals, Colorful Snakes


The great ecosystem of the mountain chain “Maderas del Carmen” has five different rattlesnakes species. Although these animals have been persecuted, here they find an abroad refuge since they are key species for the control of the populations of rodents and serve like food for many other species The image shows a black tail rattlesnake (Crotalus molossus) in his typical defense position. Photo by Santiago Gibert

Medusa is a 25 feet 2 inch python that holds the Longest Snake in Captivity Record in the Guiness Book of World Records, She weighs 350 pouunds & needs 15 people to hold her. Medusa is seen here with Bob Clark. Scary Snakes, Cool Snakes, Beautiful Snakes, Animals Beautiful, Reticulated Python, Long Snake, Pet Snake, Snake Venom, Geckos

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A python named as Medusa recorded to the Guinness world records 2013 by holding a title called longest snake ever in captivity.

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Cobra Dragão - A rare glimpse of one of the worlds most elusive and spectacular snakes, the Dragon Snake(Xenodermus javanicus).

The Rattlesnake is one of the most iconic snakes in the world thanks to its appearance in pop culture along with the signature rattling tail. The Rattlesnake is technically part of the Pit Viper genus, but they seem to stand out all on their own. Rattlesnake Bites, Texas Rattlesnake, Snake Photos, Poisonous Snakes, Poisonous Animals, Snake Venom, Beautiful Snakes, Tier Fotos, Reptiles And Amphibians

Rattlesnake Bite… Do’s & Don’ts if you are bit by a rattlesnake. Did you know that you should not use a snake bite extractor pump?

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A western diamondback rattlesnake (Crotalus atrox) in the foothills of the Wichita Mountains in Oklahoma. Anaconda, Dojo, Lion Africa, Wichita Mountains, Pyramids Egypt, Pit Viper, Snake Venom, Beautiful Snakes, Mundo Animal

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